Faking Self Confidence

Cream Polka Dot Shirt, Floral Skirt, and Oxfords {Living Outside the Stacks}

Cream Polka Dot Shirt, Floral Skirt, and Oxfords {Living Outside the Stacks}

Cream Polka Dot Shirt, Floral Skirt, and Oxfords {Living Outside the Stacks}

Cream Polka Dot Shirt, Floral Skirt, and Oxfords {Living Outside the Stacks}

Earrings: Sloan + Themis

Necklace: CharlotteisChaCha

Blouse: Target

Skirt: Kmart

Oxfords: Marshall’s

Photos courtesy of Miss 20. Thank you.

I love wearing these two {really there’s three, if you count the collared tee underneath the polka dot shirt} pieces together. When I’m having a bad day, this just picks me up. Which is funny because the shape does absolutely nothing for me. In fact, it emphasizes everything I want to hide…mostly my bulging middle and my skinny legs. But it also makes me smile. I think this is a case of pattern/color overcoming insecurities. Or maybe it’s just that I have to fake a certain amount of confidence to highlight the parts of me that I don’t really like… Then again, I could just be over thinking this whole thing…

Do you have an outfit like that? Something that requires that you fake self confidence?

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  • Glenda Harrison

    Some of my short hemline dresses and skirts. And this double slit dress I wore in a post called Daring.

    • I love the way that clothes can change the way we perceive ourselves and the way other’s see us. I think that’s the fun part of being a girl – being able to change our personality (or self esteem) with a quick wardrobe change.

  • After baby #2 a lot of my closet requires a bit of faking it. But I am more in love with the baby than worried about the bumps he left on me. You are lovely- who doesn’t want skinny legs anyway?
    Marie @ In Our Happy Place

    • I love that! This was/is a functioning body that carried 4 of the most amazing people ever. Thank you for the reality check.

  • Visiting from the WIWW and I like what I’ve read so I will be back to read more. . .Enjoy your Summer!

    • Thank you so much, Kurves. Enjoy yours as well.

  • Yes, I have a few and always laugh on the inside ‘gotta fake it to make it!” Happy 4th Holiday!

    • Definitely! I’m faking it hard most days. Happy {belated} 4th to you as well.

  • Yes, I do – and my problem areas are my tummy and arms. I’m trying to be less self-conscious about the arms – I don’t think many women really like their arms anyway! You look terrific! And I think you have a cute figure and great legs. We are our own worst critics…

    • Oh, gosh, aren’t we though? I see some women and I think: Wow, she’s got it all together and then I hear her insecurities and realize that most women are just like me…. Craziness. We all need to do better.But, geez, it’s hard sometimes.

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